Vaccinated Only Event FAQ
In an effort to provide artistic experiences with a heightened emphasis on health and safety of our most vulnerable community members, the Dairy Arts Center has begun designating “Vaccinated Only” screening and performance times.
“Vaccinated Only” events are designated in the title of the event listing on our website’s calendar. You will also see the image on the left on the event page for any “vaccinated only” event.
If you purchase tickets to one of these events, please be prepared to show your proof of vaccination (and matching license or ID). The name on your license or identification card should match the name on your proof of vaccination and your second or final dose should be dated at least 2 weeks prior to the event’s start date.
- Your original COVID-19 vaccination card
- A printed copy of your vaccination card (front & back)
- A digital photo of your vaccination card (front & back)
- A digital record of your vaccination card
- Full digital immunization records can be obtained here via text or email here: https://ciis.state.co.us/public/Application/PublicPortal
- OR you can download the myColorado digital identification app on your smartphone here: https://mycolorado.state.co.us/ (For this option, you will need your Colorado issued driver’s license or ID, the last 4 digits of your SSN or ITIN, and a smartphone operation on Apple iOS version 10.3 or higher or Andriod OS version 8.1 or higher. This is a multi step process that we recommend setting up before you arrive)
You may not attend a vaccinated only event. At this time we are not accepting proof of negative COVID-19 test or any alternative precautionary action in lieu of proof of vaccination for these events.
You may choose to select another event not designated as “vaccinated only.”
If you have selected a “vaccinated only” event by mistake and are unwilling or unable to show proof of vaccination, we will happily exchange your ticket for another screening or issue you a refund. Please contact email@example.com for exchanges and refunds.
If you are willing and able to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, you can find more information here: https://covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine/where-you-can-get-vaccinated
Like any event at the Dairy Arts Center, attendance is dependent on availability and adherence to all terms and conditions. If you are unable or unwilling to show proof of vaccination and you are unable to attend another screening or performance time, Dairy Arts Center staff will gladly issue a refund on your ticket.
All ticketing is subject to availability. If an event is sold out, we will not be able to make an exception for any guest regardless of their event attendance preference or vaccination status.
Yes. The current Dairy Arts Center masking policy is as follows:
The Dairy Arts Center will return to requiring masks in public indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status as of Aug. 16, 2021 in an effort to support public health and safety within our community and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant.
The Dairy Arts Center will continue to follow recommendations from the CDC and Boulder County Public Health and will immediately update policies and inform patrons of any new requirements.
Exceptions to this requirement:
- Children under the age of 2
- Fully vaccinated staff when in non-public portions of the facility
- Fully vaccinated performers on stage during public performance
- Patrons actively engaged in eating or drinking
No. At this time, these events are designated only for patrons willing and able to show proof of vaccination. Individuals who cannot meet this criteria are encouraged to attend another screening or performance time .
Upcoming Vaccinated Only Events
Dec 3 – Silent Night follows parents Nell (Keira Knightley) and Simon (Matthew Goode) who have invited their closest friends to join their family for Christmas dinner at their idyllic home in the English countryside. As the group comes together, it feels like old times — but behind all of the laughter and merriment, something
Dec 5 & 19 – For many years no one was interested in the art of the Impressionists. Artists like Monet, Degas and Renoir were vilified, attacked, and left penniless as a result. Then, something remarkable happened. A new breed of collectors emerged and, before long, they were battling to acquire any work by these
Dec 8-12 – The Lost Leonardo is the inside story behind the Salvator Mundi, the most expensive painting ever sold at $450 million. From the moment the painting is bought for $1175 at a shady New Orleans auction house, and the restorer discovers masterful Renaissance brushstrokes under the heavy varnish of its cheap restoration, the
Dec 8-12 – An unexpected love triangle, a failed seduction, and a chance encounter with the past. Propelled by coincidence and imagination, and guided by love’s gentle current, acclaimed director Ryūsuke Hamaguchi (Happy Hour, Asako I & II) returns with an enchanting triptych that spins mundane encounters into a world of infinite possibilities. In Episode